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Dissertation Structure

Writing a dissertation or thesis begins with formulating a research proposal. Normally it consists of 5 chapters its averages around 2500 words – title, background and rationale, research questions, research methodology, plan of work and schedule of time, bibliography.. It begins with an abstract that summary previews the study.

Most dissertations consist of around 20 pages and 60 pages while a thesis range from 100 to 200 pages. They consist of 12500words, 15,000 words and 20,000 words among others. In between their structure consists of chapters as follows.

Abstract and Acknowledgements

  • Chapter 1 which is the Introduction Chapter (statement of the problem, significance of the study, and scope and delimination of the study)
  • Chapters 2 which comprise the Review of Literature which forms the basis source for the study; the Literature Review.

A Justification of the Research Methods Used

  • Methodology form chapter 3. It highlights the module used in the study, also referred to as research design.
  • Chapter 4 has the Results and Analysis Chapter entails the findings.
  • Chapter 5 and 6 consists of the Discussion and Conclusion chapters.


Sample Maritime dissertation writing – Masters Nautical science thesis writing topics:

The enhancement of operational safety of engine room machinery through training on CBT type of engine room simulator on board ships
The role of technology in maritime security : a survey of its development, application, and adequacy
Impact of privatization in ports : measuring efficiency through data envelopment analysis and key performance indicators
An examination of the effectiveness of implementation of the MARPOL 73/78 Convention in Nigeria
Maritime violence in the CEMAC region: causes, challenges and solution perspectives,
Maritime logistics in the global supply chain
The impact of port operations on efficient ship operation from both economic and environmental perspectives
Port regionalization: towards a new phase in port development
The Greening of Ports: A Comparison of Port Management Tools Used by Leading Ports in Asia and Europe
Examining sustainability performance at ports: port managers’ perspectives on developing sustainable supply chains
Implementation of maritime education and training(MET): an exploration of human and technological resources challenges facing MET in Nigeria
Assessment of the best dry port location in Jordan
The history of port governance and performance in Namibia: a case of Port of Walvis Bay
The implementation of the United Nations on Sustainable Development Goals Number 14 concerning “conserve and sustainable use of the ocean, seas and marine resources for sustainable development” in Indonesia maritime regulation: the review on the law and policy applied in Indonesia concerning the coastal and maritime resources and protection,
Safety in the fishery sector of Pakistan: exploratory research
A study on the IMO regulatory instruments concerning the evaluation of safety and pollution hazards of chemicals in bulk transported by sea (based on MARPOL Annex II and IBC Code),
Review of the transition period from scrapping to ship recycling and analysis of contemporary issues
Iron men manned wooden ships! vs. iron ships manned by wooden men? socio-psychological impacts on seafarers due to accidents/incidents
Kadeteng Marino under the Maritime Labor Convention, 2006: a study of minimum training and qualifications prior to shipboard training and the familiarity with onboard complaint procedures of Filipino Cadets
Equipment maintenance management in Cape Verde, Porto da Praia : toward an improvement
A study on the practical use of operations research and vessels big data in benefit of efficient ports utilization in Panama
Challenges caused by IUU fishing in the offshore : lessons for Liberia’s fisheries based on a global review and analysis
Prevention and combat of a spillage after Ghana’s oil and gas discovery: is Ghana ready to face an environmental threat?
Tackling the challenges of multicultural crewing practices in the shipping industry: an approach to enhancing cultural awareness among crew
A study on the effectiveness of the ISM Code on the seafarers’ awareness of safety culture,
Enhancement of seafarers career development through lifelong learning: a case study of Namibia
Compliant strategy for shipowners towards sustainable maritime transport: a decision framework for air emission reduction measures
An analysis of the implementation of flag states obligations in Indonesia A case study for flag state performance
An application of a simulation technique on rail container transport between Laem Chabang Port and Inland Container Depot Ladkrabang, Thailand
Limitation of liability for Maritime Claims: a South African perspective
The purpose of this paper is to review and analyze maritime transportation academic research
Maritime transport and international seaborne trade
Pursuing maritime education: an empirical study of students’ profiles, motivations and expectations
A legal analysis on the implementation and enforcement of fishery laws of the coastal state in its exclusive economic zone : a Philippine perspective
A study on marine accident causation models employed by marine casualty investigators / by Fatoumatta Cassama
The relevance of maritime education and training at the secondary level
Application of HFACS (The Human Factors Analysis and Classification System) to the Korean domestic passenger ship accidents
Circular economy modelling to accelerate the transition of ports into self-sustainable ports: a case study in Copenhagen-Malmö Port (CMP)
Analytical assessment of port energy efficiency and management .: a case study of the Kenya Ports Authority
Maritime law enforcement in Nigeria: the challenges of combatting piracy and armed robbery at sea
Selecting technological alternatives for regulatory compliance towards emissions reduction from shipping: an integrated fuzzy multi-criteria decision-making approach under vague environment
Exposure and vulnerability of Senegal to the introduction of harmful aquatic organisms and pathogens by ballast water
LNG as a marine fuel in Malta: case study : regulatory analysis and potential scenarios for LNG bunkering infrastructure
Quasi-military training experience, academic performance and shipboard training competence: The PMMA success indicators of maritime education and training
Assessment of Vietnam’s capacity and commitment to ratify and implement the International Convention on Oil Pollution Preparedness, Response and Co-Operation (OPRC), 1990
The regime of emergency arbitration in maritime and commercial dispute resolution,
Recruitment of Ghanaian seafarers on foreign ships : an opportunity for Ghana’s participation in maritime labour supply
An analysis of protests carried out by ships (PCS) : should PCS be regulated by a new IMO instrument?,
Regulating vessel traffic service (VTS) to mitigate maritime accidents at port approaches,
A study on prospects for the evolution of maritime traffic management systems taking into account e-Navigation
Review and consolidation of instructions for investigations and inquiries in India,
Enhancement of maritime safety in the Philippines
A decision support system for ship’s energy efficient operation: based on artificial neural network method
Towards an integrated ocean governance regime and implementation of the Sustainable Development Goal 14 in Nigeria
Tanker accidents : double hull is not the only viable alternative
A case study: an economic evaluation of liqufied natural gas (LNG) fuel for new ships of Korean ship owners
Job security awareness in relation to job continuity for seafarers sailing on international ships,
Developing key performance indicators for IMO member states in the context of IMO member state audit scheme
An analysis on wreck related national laws of the Republic of Korea considering the Nairobi International Convention on the Removal of Wrecks, 2007
The potential of Vizhinjam Port as a regional hub: a network analysis : a feasibility analysis from a network perspective
Governance role for maintaining competitiveness of Korean shipbuilding industry,
The Ship Arrest Conventions of 1952 and 1999 : international and Ukrainian perspectives,
Bottlenecks in the implementation of integrated coastal zone management : an integrated coastal zone management action plan for Turkey
Optimising energy efficiency: split incentives in the context of the implementation of SEEMP
How do the compulsory dispute settlement procedures of the United Nations Convention on the Law of the Sea deal with disputes concerning land sovereign issues?,
An investigation into the quality standard system (QSS) in Chinese maritime institutions : their problems, practicalities of implementation and recommendations,
Towards an improvement of the services and operations at the International Port of Port-au-Prince
An LNG project in India : setting up of an import terminal and the role of transportation,
The impact of the STCW 95 on the onboard training programs of shipping companies in China : meeting the challenge of change
Fatigue-related medical conditions affecting seafarers : an exploratory case-study of Indian seafarers
Study on the implementation of the port reception facilities regulations of MARPOL in Vietnam,
Understanding the motives for digital transformation in the container shipping sector,
Dangerous goods transportation in inland waterways: case study : Indonesia waterways,
Improving maritime surveillance in Kenya’s remote coastal islands: application of renewable energy solutions,
Analysis of the domestic passenger ferry safety in Kenya
A business case for change management, using “change management return on investment” on the implementation of the ISO-IMS project: a case of Tema port
A cost-benefit analysis of the risk control options towards mitigating maritime hazards leading to injuries and fatalities in tanker shipping companies: a critical and thought provoking case study
A strategic development of alternative fuel initiation and its adaptation in a developing country: a feasibility study on methanol fuelled domestic passenger ships in Indonesia
Impacts of anti-corruption interventions: measures in the shipping industry
A review of Egypt’s first NDC : using a purpose-made matrix while investigating the need for a maritime component,
Investigation of auxiliary power potentials of solar photovoltaic applications on dry bulk carrier ships
A study on the e-navigation modus operandi
The effective enforcement of national ship recycling regulations in India
A critical evaluation of how free trade zones and maritime activities impact on port development: a case study of the port of Kingston
A study on the Polar Code: potential value and challenges of northern sea route,
Ensure freedom of navigation in disputed sea areas in the South China Sea under United Nations Convention on the Law of the Sea, 1982
Analysis of causes and possible methods of dealing with mangrove deforestation in Mozambican coastal areas: a case study of Quelimane District in Zambézia Province,
Negative impacts of illegal, unreported and unregulated fishing perpetrated by Mozambican fishers
The implementation of port state control under the Maritime Labour Convention, 2006,
Assessing the competency of seafarers using simulators in bridge resource management (BRM) training
Private ownership of shipping lines in Ghana: the challenges and the way forward
The international law related to maritime security : an analysis of its effectiveness in combating piracy and armed robbery against ships
The impacts of the global crisis 2008-2009 on shipping markets : a review of key factors guiding investment decisions in ships
Effective implementation of emission control area towards cleaner shipping operations : focusing on sulphur oxides (SOx) emission reducation,
The legal status of Dokdo under article 121 of the 1982 UNCLOS : is Dokdo entitled to generate EEZ or continental shelf?
Ensuring the effective implementation of the monitoring, reporting and verification (MRV) system in shipping: a step towards making energy-efficiency happen
The impact of hinterland transport on port operational performance: a Jordanian case,
Assessing the effectiveness of state-owned shippers’ councils: the case of the Ghana Shippers’ Authority
The status quo of Vietnam’s logistics, the opportunities and challenges to become the regional transshipment hubs
Meeting of divergent realities in MET: A synergistic approach to quality standards
Analysis of productivity in dredging project A case study in Port of Tanjung Perak Surabaya – Indonesia
An application of AcciMap to identify and analyse the causes of the Eastern Star and Sewol casualties
Liability and compensation due to transboundary pollution caused by offshore exploration and exploitation: IMO competence and development of guidelines
A forecasting model for container throughput: empirical research for Laem Chabang Port, Thailand
Dynamic interrelationships in returns and volatilities among shipping freight markets
A port marketing strategy in the wake of new shipping alliances : a case study of Busan Port
Study on the implementation of formal safety assessment for the development of the mandatory polar code
An analysis of fisher practices and attitudes towards marine resource management and regulations in St. Kitts and Nevis /
Seafarer training in Somalia as a deterrent to piracy
A proposal to regulate the international contract of logistics services door-to-door including a sea leg,
The status quo of Vietnam’s logistics, the opportunities and challenges to become the regional transshipment hubs,
The impact of governance structure on the port performance: a case of Durban Port,
The effects of the implementation of the Kenya National Electronic Single Window System on trade facilitation /,
Port investment risk: Qualitative review of South African port investment valuation framework,
Potentiality of a shipbuilding industry in South Africa: Regulation or no regulation,
Existing conventions and unmanned ships – need for changes?,
Oil spill preparedness in Sweden : prevention, planning, and response for large accidents,
Kandangan dry port project: an option of solution for congestion: case of Lamong Bay Terminal (Surabaya, Indonesia),
Review of the capacity of the implementation of Ballast Water Management Convention in Sri Lanka as flag state, port state and coastal state
Marine regional planning measures to improve the sustainability of the Seaflower MPA in the Colombian Caribbean Sea/,
Oil spill response in Japan
A study on the effectiveness of the ISM Code through a comparative analysis of ISM and PSC Data
Criminal procedures and sanctions against seafarers after large-scale ship-source oil pollution accidents: a human rights perspective
South African owned shipping and potential benefit for South Africa: A ship owners’ perspective
Mixed migration by sea: different perspectives and the solutions
An analysis of the efficiency and competitiveness of Umm Qasr port in Iraq,
Progress and challenges : ten years after the ISPS code
Contemporary issues in domestic ro-ro passenger ferry operation in developing countries : identification of safety issues in domestic ferry operation based on accident investigation reports on ferry involved accidents in Indonesian waters, 2003 – 2013
A critical analysis of safety and marine environmental protection regulations for oil and gas development in the high seas